Cost-Effectiveness of a Problem-Solving Intervention Aimed to Prevent Sickness Absence Among Employees with Common Mental Disorders or Occupational Stress

The cost-benefit and cost-effectiveness of a work-directed intervention implemented by the occupational health service (OHS) for employees with common mental disorders (CMD) or stress related problems at work were investigated. The economic evaluation was conducted in a two-armed clustered RCT. Empl...

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Main Authors: Marijke Keus Van De Poll, Gunnar Bergström, Irene Jensen, Lotta Nybergh, Lydia Kwak, Caroline Lornudd, Malin Lohela-Karlsson
Format: Article
Published: MDPI AG 2020-07-01
Series:International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health
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